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Thread: Fusible Web Goats-Your Advice is Needed

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    if they are Mountain Goats, you could leave it like that ...
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    yes i would do it to end they are cute!
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    Yes and that is beautiful.

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    all the way to the boarder of picture , great goats
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    I also think you should add more grass.

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    How about Billy and the kid :-))
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    Yes, I think the grass needs to fill that space to the border! It looks awkward without it. Love the goats!!!!!
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    Yes, grass should be extended. Cute goats!
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    I always wondered what that color batik would be good for. Now I know.

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    Yes, by placing the "grass" beyond the inner border would really draw the eyes to the center. Marvelous work on the goats, they look so real.

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    That is so very cute, more grass please.
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    yes I would add more grass....

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    i think they need more grass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandybeach View Post
    Yes, unless you want them to look like they are standing on a hill top.
    I agree... I think it will balance out better. They're great little goats!
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    Quote Originally Posted by gramajo View Post
    I agree with sandybeach--continue the grass to the borders.
    me too...love the goats

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    Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing, yes to your question
    Have a Blessed day
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    If you have ever watched live goats, they just love to be on top of a mound or hill. That being said, I think the grass should extend to the borders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jillc View Post
    how about billy and the kid :-))
    love that!!!!!!

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    Yes, and maybe a blade or two extending into the border? It would just add a little "pop" to the picture! :-) Love the goats!!

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    Yes, definitely more grass.

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    The grass should actually be more curved like a hill..I have goats they love to stand on higher places..and jump off. love the goats..

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    No, I don't think it should. These are mountain goats, they look like they are on a mountain! Love what you have done so far.

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    I think you did an excellent job, and agree the grass to the border would look better!

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    I agree more grass.

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    I would contiinue on with the grass....keep it taller on the left as you have now and make it lower on the right so its asemetrical. Might even throw a rock in the foreground.

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